I have been encouraged by my colleagues to publish a scientific paper in Quantum Physics. Since most of you don’t subscribe I will briefly outline the latest documented research I have on my Quantum Theory of Lost Objects.
Not long ago I raised to certain colleagues the situation described below. Soliciting their help in the research project.
Looks like mom and I are due to buy all new backpacking stuff for 2016.
I can’t seem to find most of our primary equipment…including, MSR Water Gravity Filter, pocket rocket, cook pots, light weight tarp and our two Aircore mats…and whatever else maybe ….I’ve looked 3-4 times now for them.
Anyway last seen on our two day trip with Rainer….so there is a chance that there is a large box at Tahoe, but I have not seen it materialize yet since last summer, but maybe as we clear out summer stuff it will slow up….
Unless we loaned all this stuff to someone, I can’t remember..
Anyway I think we have our packs and sleeping bags that is all.
And a bunch of old stuff that need to be recycled.
Any suggestions on the best lightweigh new replacements are welcomed, but keep your eyes out for a big box of stuff floating around in neither space.
After hours of searching and research, the matter was concluded…..
The Intergalactic Quantum Time Space Wormhole, reopened this morning……a large unlabeled pink storage box re-entered our universe, despite deep space time travel for over 10 months, our equipment appears to have hardly aged at all.
Thus reconfirming Einstein’s theory of relativity.
By the way this may have something to do with mom’s prayer study group being here yesterday, but we have no evidence that they prayed for these items, unless she did so in secret.
Rom 8:26 Likewise the Spirit also helpeth our infirmities: for we know not what we should pray for as we ought: but the Spirit itself maketh intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered.
Again thanks for your diligent searching, but as we know it is impossible to find lost things once they move into the future.
To initial publication I received this comment.
I look forward to seeing the peer-reviewed article in the next volume of “Quantum Physics”. This last piece of evidence should clinch your theory. Be sure to list be as contributor as the tenure committee likes cross-discipline collaboration.
To which I have appended this footnote.
Yes quite conclusive, I will need to formally write this up, this was a rare event as the box is quite large, normal occurrences are limited to small items, like headphones, keys , etc. and in fact we are still missing the canon battery charger, perhaps all that energy was need in the displacement of the box and it’s return. The green SUV is missing also, but I think Leslie borrowed it!
I may try publishing on Facebook first as they have higher readership.
I cite certain references ..
Though the application of the theory to lost objects seems to be ignored.
Although unproven, I am looking into the hypothesis that the energy needed to initially open the wormhole is related to desire and need, with the corollary that the more intense the need, the further an object can be transported into the future.
Also note that it is almost certain that objects return to the exact same location they were originally at, (this is why the obvious key question in finding lost items is: Where did you have it last?!). There seems to be no clear evidence of spacial displacement, unless associated with parallel moveable items like keys lost in a purse. This opens the whole idea of temporal movement of wormholes, but that is another project.
If you have read this post, consider yourselves part of my peer review group, and your own retesting, corrections and comments are appreciated.